The Snake (Al Wilson song)  

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"The Snake" is a song and single by American singer Al Wilson, written by Oscar Brown.

Although written in 1968 in America, due the exposure of the song on the UK northern soul scene, it entered the UK chart in August 1975, reaching number 41 in September. The success of "The Snake" on the northern soul nightclub circuit has led to it being ranked 4 of 500 top northern soul singles and for it to appear on over 30 pop and northern soul compilation albums.

The song was re-released in 1989 as a b-side to a re-release of Just Don't Want To Be Lonely by The Main Ingredient. Wilson's recording of "The Snake" was also featured in a Lambrini advert in the UK.




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